1083 Rangeview Road
Mississauga • ON • L5E 1H2
Phone: 905-278-KAMP (5267)
Toll Free: 1-855-225-PAWS (7297)
Fax: 905-278-5268

Boarding for Dogs

Boarding Service for Dogs

Our “rooms” are an enormous 5’ x 8’ with lots of space for Rover to move around. Even better, rooms at Kamp K-9 are see-through from top to bottom. That way we can always supervise what is going on at any given time.

  • You are welcome to bring your dog's bed for their relaxing and sleeping pleasure.
  • There are also whiteboards in each room where we write your dog's name, type of dog and any special instructions you provide us.

Although some newer facilities in northern Ontario and the United States state that “cage free” dog boarding is the way to go, we at Kamp K-9 know that dogs still prefer to have that “den" feeling of being safe.

  • able to eat their food without looking over their shoulders for other dogs (predators in their eyes)
  • able to sleep peacefully without having to keep one eye and one ear open for what really are “strangers” to them (both staff and other dogs). 

Kamp K-9 "rooms" and "feeding zones" were specifically designed to help dogs relax and feel comfortable in their environment.

Boarded dogs are invited to come out during the day to play with Kamp K-9 daycare dogs. Rover always goes back to his special room at feeding times, and then is invited back out to play in the evening for a great romp before being tucked in for the night.

Our boarded and daycare dogs are in awe of our ginormous outdoor 140’ x 60’ natural grass area and are free to run around during the day (when the weather is nice) to get fresh air, sunshine and the essential Vitamin “D” that we all need.

Kamp K-9 Kounsellors supervise pets 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Furry family members always have someone to talk to.

We always recommend you bring your dog’s own food to help alleviate any possible stomach upset (it is already a big deal that they are away from home), however, we do have food on hand should your supply run out before your return.  Also, feel free to bring your dog's favourite bed or blanket to help make them feel more at home.

“Regular” Kampers receive preferred pricing on future visits along with extra savings/rewards for referrals. Learn more

Kamp K-9 Boarding Rates...

1 night* - $50 per night + HST.

*A one (1) night stays covers a 24 hour time period with any time over that being charged at our regular day rates, for example, $15 for an extra 1-1/2 hours; $28 (+HST) for 1-1/2 hours to 5 hours; and $42 (+HST) for 5 hours up until 8:30 pm.

The Longer The Stay, The Lower the Rate...

2 - 6 nights = $50 + HST per night

7 - 13 nights = $48 + HST per night

14 - 19 nights = $46+HST per night

20+ nights = $44 + HST per night                                                                                                           

2nd Dog – Same Owner/Guardian - $28 per night + HST (whether in the same or separate kabin).

Please note, there is a modest $10 (+HST)  additional charge for any statutory holiday day that falls within your dog's stay.

We offer discounts for fulfilled referrals and for frequent daycare users (minimum 2 days per week or equivalent thereof for the month). Also promotions/draws/contests throughout the year where you can save on/win boarding nights and other prizes.

Pick-Up and Drop-Off Times

6:30 am – 8:30 pm

Please Note: We know you understand how important this is. All dogs in our Dog Boarding and Daycare programs (with the exception of puppies) must be spayed or neutered and proof of up-to-date shots is required prior to entry. Click for Terms of Service

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Sue and everyone are amazing! We took Levi to KAmp for play dates to help burn off his puppy energy. He came home happy and exhausted! He goes for weekends every few weeks to give us a break and we know he is happy and well cared for. Kamp ...

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